If anyone is in Christ, they are a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.
II Corinthians 5:17-20



Jesus & Nicodemus
(April 24 Sermon PDF)

Jesus & Judas
(April 17 Sermon PDF)

Jesus & A Criminal
(April 10 Sermon PDF)

Jesus & Zacchaeus
(April 3 Sermon PDF)

Coronation Day
(Palm Sunday Sermon PDF)

An Opportune Time
(Maundy Thursday Sermon PDF)

What Do We Understand
About The Cross?

(Good Friday Sermon PDF)

Stories of The Resurrection
(Easter Sunrise Sermon PDF)

What Do We Understand
About The Resurrection?

(Easter Sermon PDF)

Sunday Worship Service

Followed at 12PM PACIFIC TIME
by an after-Worship gathering
via phone conference

Calendar / Announcements

What Is New or Different
About The New Church?

What Is a TNC Bible?
(Hint: Grab a highlighter)

Supplemental sermons posted at


The New Church is an intentional, covenant-based Christian faith community, formed across geographical space and connected in real time via the modern tools of the Internet. We are a committed group of followers of Jesus who worship together, study together, and support one another across the miles, using the communication tools available to us.

A basic tenet of the Christian Path is that individuals are infinitely valuable, and valuable for all eternity. Another is that the Christian Path is always about relationship: with God, with Jesus, and with each other. Forming a community is a core component of the Christian Life, and facilitates and promotes the growth of each individual involved. The New Church offers opportunities for connecting with one another across the geographical landscape, connecting through the Holy Spirit in a faith community.

Why do we bother with this when there are churches in every town? Because we have sought the Christian community that our hearts long for, and have found it here – in the teachings of Bruce Van Blair, and in the company of fellow pilgrims who are dispersed throughout the United States.

We invite you to join us. Perhaps The New Church will open your heart the way it has ours.

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